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The Scottsdale Cure Corridor is healthcare and bio-life science industry corridor which runs east to west along Scottsdale’s Shea Boulevard and north to south along Scottsdale Road from the Scottsdale Airpark to SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center. Scottsdale is home to an array of business assets in the bio-life sciences sector from education and research, to clinical trials and patient care delivery.
The target industries in this cluster include pharmaceuticals, other biological products, medical laboratories and biotech research. Geographic clustering is
Scottsdale Cure Corridor Fast Facts
Mayo Clinic, ASU collaborate to seed and accelerate research
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Nov. 21, 2017 – .
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Nov. 20, 2017 – Ecolab, a global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, and Intersys, an IT consulting firm that focuses on big data and data management, are the latest entities to set up shop at SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center. Ecolab, which currently ranks 211th on 2017’s list of Fortune 500 companies, will take approximately 6,000 square feet of space on the third floor of SkySong 4 after leaving its previous home at Indian School and Scottsdale roads. Intersys, which is based in Austin, Texas, will move its current operations from Tempe Town Lake to a 2,300 square-foot spec suite right next door to Ecolab on the same floor of SkySong 4, leaving only one other first-floor tenant space available for lease.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Nov. 28, 2017 – Scottsdale hosts a significant lineup of Cure Corridor partners sharing their insights into the future of the Cure Corridor and bio-life science industry Dec. 8. Featuring keynote speaker Andrew Hessel, a futurist and catalyst in biological technologies. Andrew’s career has been focused on helping industry, academics, and authorities better understand the rapid changes happening in life science.
The Cure Corridor is not only a location but a concept designed to promote the innovative activities occurring around the concentration of healthcare and bio-life science industries along Shea Blvd. and north to south along Scottsdale Road from the Scottsdale Airpark to SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center. Companies like TD2, HonorHealth Research Institute, Mayo Clinic and more regularly speak about their excitement in being integral parts of the cluster.
“HonorHealth Shea Medical Center campus, with its Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center, HonorHealth Research Institute, peripheral stem cell (bone marrow) transplant institute and other programs, is becoming the epicenter of research activity across the HonorHealth Network. We are creating an infrastructure that continues to attract top talent to our organization and the city of Scottsdale, with an impressive depth of science through diagnostic, treatment and genomic research capabilities and stable, high-paying jobs that represent a very important asset to our patients and community. Our city’s residents are fortunate to have world-class care right here in their own back yards. From our outstanding community physicians to nationally-known physician scientists, you don’t need to travel elsewhere for the latest advances in medicine.”Tom Sadvary, Former CEO, HonorHealth